And as much as fans have enjoyed ogling the hunky actor as he travels around looking for sustainable ways to live, there's been one scene they've been pausing to stare at even more than the topless ones.
Yep, believe it or not, cheeky viewers have been zooming in on Zac's credit card whenever he pays for something, in the hope they can get ahold of his bank deets.
We mean, god loves a trier!
me stealing @ZacEfron credit card details from his Netflix program #DownToEarth pic.twitter.com/QzxKE19W7E
- :flag_white:️:rainbow: ℱrankie :flag_es: (@fran_alburton) July 15, 2020
me during down to earth every time zac efron takes his card out to pay pic.twitter.com/PgZnnGBumX
- Abby (@abootyinc_) July 13, 2020
As they were watching the series, some viewers flocked to social media to ask if anybody had managed to track down his digits, while others even tweeted the actor to warn him.
Sharing a meme of Homer Simpson looking through a microscope, one joked: "Me during down to earth every time zac efron takes his card out to pay", while another joked: "me stealing @ZacEfron credit card details from his Netflix program #DownToEarth".
Another tagged the actor in a tweet and wrote: "@ZacEfron bro people are gonna be all over this cancel this card now!!!!"
A third quipped: "Watching @ZacEfron Down to Earth what I learned is water is more complex than I knew. And his credit card number, expiration date and ccv".
However, before you jump onto Netflix with a full ASOS basket in the hopes Zac will treat you, we should warn you that all is not what it seems.
In fact, a closer look at the High School Musical alum's card reveals that his number features the sequence 1234 5678 9010. So, yeah, we're going to take a wild guess that it's just a prop.
Some fans were slightly wiser to the fake scenes, with one writing: "Anyone else watch Down To Earth and paused it on this scene to see if Netflix really aired Zac Efron credit card number??? Then realize it's the fakest sequence."
Look, if Zac actually got his card out he'd have no money left right now, can you blame him?!
The show, which is set to air on Netflix, sees Zac travelling across the globe (before lockdown, FYI) visiting places including France, Puerto Rico, Iceland, London, Costa Rica, Lima, Sardinia, and Iquitos.
Zac's aim was to learn about how to live more sustainably, with the 32-year-old accompanied on the trip by wellness expert Darin Olien.
"We're travelling around the world on find some new perspectives on some very old problems," says Zac in the trailer. "Food, water and energy are all the main staples for modern life. We're going to see some top eco innovators to see how change is an inside job.
"And we're going to be eating really, really well. We need to start rethinking how we consume everything, from our food to our power."
Down to Earth with Zac Efron is available on Netflix now.
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